Scott Cullather Recognized by Exeleon Magazine as a Transformational Leader of the Year

INVNT GROUP CEO Scott Cullather was Featured in the latest Cover Story of Exeleon Magazine’s Transformational Business Leaders of the Year Issue.

Middletown, Delaware Oct 28, 2021 ( – Exeleon, a leading business magazine in the US, has released its all-new issue centered around some of the most Transformational Leaders of the Year.

The issue comprises a comprehensive look at a long list of accomplished leaders and how they are using transformational leadership to stand out in their respective industries.

Featuring as the Cover of this issue is Scott Cullather, the Founder, President, and Chief Executive Officer of [INVNT GROUP](R). With over 30 years of experience in the world of brand storytelling, Scott’s inspirational journey is propelled by innovation and possibility.

Under the umbrella of [INVNT GROUP], Scott is spearheading a vision of #TheGlobalBrandStoryProject providing creative, impactful, brand storytelling across all platforms with an infinity loop of services, possibilities, and results. The group consists of a modern brand strategy firm, Folk Hero; creative-led culture consultancy, Meaning; branded content studio and content marketing agency, HEV’; collegiate events and experiences, INVNT Higher Education, and INVNT, the founding live brand storytelling agency.

Talking about his Cover Feature and [INVNT GROUP], Scott mentions, “Transformation in business is all about the unending possibilities. The idea is that you are constantly looking down and looking out, to anticipate, pivot where necessary, and lead your enterprise. I’m honored to tell stories and create world-class campaigns with our talented and brilliant [INVNT GROUP] team across the globe. Our work begins with storytelling but is always powered by people.”

Daryl Yeung, the Editor-in-Chief of Exeleon Magazine, mentioned “Scott Cullather is a pioneer in the brand storytelling industry and beyond, and featuring him and [INVNT GROUP] as the face of our Transformational Leaders issue was highly fitting.” He further adds, “As a platform, we have always been keen on telling inspiring stories through our pages, and this issue echoes the same sentiment.”

The issue also features notable industry leaders like Sophie Felix, Sunny Dharod, AJ Klenk, Kelli Maxwell, among others.

To read the entire Cover feature of Scott Cullather in Exeleon Magazine, please click here.

To view the digital version of the magazine, please click here.

About Exeleon Magazine

Exeleon is a Business Magazine that aims to stand out by recognizing new, emerging, and established businesses and entrepreneurs. It provides them with a platform to reach their desired audience and showcase the rawness, misery, victory, and the path they have had to travel to attain excellence.


[INVNT GROUP] was established in 2020, as an evolution of the founding global live brand storytelling agency INVNT in 2008, with a vision to provide consistent, meaningful, well-articulated BrandStory across all platforms. With offices in New York, Sydney, London, Singapore, San Francisco, Sydney, Stockholm, Detroit, and Washington D.C.; headed by President and CEO, Scott Cullather, [INVNT GROUP], THE GLOBAL BRANDSTORY PROJECT represents a growing portfolio of complementary disciplines designed to help forward-thinking organizations everywhere, impact the audiences that matter, anywhere. The GROUP consists of modern brand strategy firm, Folk Hero; creative-led culture consultancy, Meaning; branded content studio and content marketing agency HEV’, INVNT Higher Ed; events for colleges and universities, and the original live brand storytelling agency, INVNT. For more information about [INVNT GROUP], visit:

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